Legal Information: North Dakota
Updated: September 23, 2021
Disorderly Conduct Restraining Orders
If you are not eligible for a protection order based on domestic violence, you may be able to get a disorderly conduct restraining order against the abuser. The abuser can be anyone: an acquaintance, intimate partner, family member, etc.
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